Advertisement Hello everyone. I have returned from a 3 week trip to find my small wall lizard seemingly ill. I noticed an empty water dish, replenished it and misted the enclosure. The person babysitting my animals also did an awful job and threw mealies in rather than feeding them directly to the lizard, so I found several around the enclosure. Nim, the lizard, is a juvenile. It appears a bit flat, but no bones stick out, though ribs are slightly more prominent than belly. Refuses to drink and eat, and whenever offered food it just seems to wipe its snout on my hand. It is very lethargic, eyes always closed and does not grip hard with its legs. Sometimes it does start running and open both eyes and mouth, but stops shortly after. I really love Nim a lot and any help will be crucial because I have no idea what else to try. Is it hybernation? It just sleeps on top of its log, rather than hidden. Should I increase temps?